Department of Numbers

COVID-19 Case Statistics by State

The data below show COVID-19 case statistics as of Wednesday January 20 2021. Data is provided by the COVID Tracking Project. Click on a heading to sort or a state name for more testing data as well as historical data.

State Total
Cases
Total
Cases
per 1M
Daily
Positives
(7d Avg)
Daily
Positives
per 1M
(7d Avg)
Total
Deaths
Total
Deaths
per 1M
Daily
Deaths
(7d Avg)
Daily
Deaths
per 1M
(7d Avg)
US 24,109,760 72,660 192,825 581.1 396,837 1,196.0 3043.0 9.17
Alabama 429,655 87,628 2,666 543.7 6,283 1,281.4 74.7 15.24
Alaska 50,732 69,349 218 298.6 253 345.8 3.9 5.27
Arizona 690,544 94,872 6,974 958.1 11,528 1,583.8 122.1 16.78
Arkansas 276,114 91,494 2,013 667.2 4,441 1,471.6 36.4 12.07
California 3,019,371 76,416 34,047 861.7 34,433 871.5 475.9 12.04
Colorado 379,227 65,852 1,779 308.9 5,422 941.5 19.6 3.4
Connecticut 234,134 65,670 1,937 543.2 6,726 1,886.5 27.1 7.61
Delaware 71,775 73,709 657 675.1 1,026 1,053.6 4.6 4.69
DC 34,403 48,747 258 365.0 863 1,222.8 4.6 6.48
Florida 1,571,840 73,185 11,670 543.4 24,965 1,162.4 172.3 8.02
Georgia 695,400 65,496 5,863 552.2 12,778 1,203.5 139.3 13.12
Hawaii 25,210 17,805 136 96.0 325 229.5 1.9 1.31
Idaho 156,778 87,725 786 440.1 1,637 916.0 11.6 6.47
Illinois 1,081,354 85,335 5,046 398.2 20,285 1,600.8 95.4 7.53
Indiana 598,313 88,873 3,456 513.4 9,529 1,415.4 52.3 7.77
Iowa 258,865 82,047 794 251.7 4,394 1,392.7 23.1 7.34
Kansas 263,412 90,417 1,624 557.6 3,575 1,227.1 31.4 10.79
Kentucky 334,321 74,831 3,006 672.7 3,243 725.9 36.0 8.06
Louisiana 374,582 80,576 2,678 576.1 8,383 1,803.3 51.6 11.09
Maine 34,963 26,010 545 405.2 530 394.3 11.0 8.18
Maryland 332,353 54,974 2,498 413.2 6,689 1,106.4 40.7 6.73
Massachusetts 481,040 69,219 4,656 670.0 13,829 1,989.9 67.1 9.66
Michigan 589,869 59,065 2,370 237.3 14,770 1,478.9 62.0 6.21
Minnesota 449,492 79,702 1,305 231.5 5,979 1,060.2 29.3 5.19
Mississippi 256,827 86,295 1,847 620.5 5,638 1,894.4 46.1 15.5
Missouri 441,789 71,983 1,802 293.6 6,461 1,052.7 41.4 6.75
Montana 90,255 84,447 372 347.8 1,094 1,023.6 3.6 3.34
Nebraska 182,418 94,302 678 350.6 1,850 956.4 8.4 4.36
Nevada 265,143 86,081 1,594 517.5 3,863 1,254.2 38.1 12.38
New Hampshire 59,437 43,713 759 558.1 950 698.7 9.3 6.83
New Jersey 641,140 72,183 5,502 619.4 20,664 2,326.4 71.9 8.09
New Mexico 165,835 79,088 959 457.6 3,009 1,435.0 28.9 13.76
New York 1,271,451 65,358 14,501 745.4 33,415 1,717.7 177.1 9.11
North Carolina 690,912 65,876 7,120 678.9 8,200 781.8 65.0 6.2
North Dakota 96,222 126,265 155 203.8 1,409 1,848.9 6.4 8.44
Ohio 842,433 72,070 6,113 523.0 10,409 890.5 75.4 6.45
Oklahoma 360,360 91,070 2,714 685.8 3,085 779.6 33.9 8.56
Oregon 134,468 31,882 955 226.5 1,808 428.7 20.1 4.78
Pennsylvania 783,170 61,176 5,969 466.2 19,868 1,552.0 205.6 16.06
Puerto Rico 88,513 27,715 553 173.3 1,717 537.6 8.3 2.59
Rhode Island 107,876 101,831 770 727.0 2,058 1,942.7 10.1 9.57
South Carolina 399,843 77,659 4,924 956.3 6,328 1,229.0 59.6 11.57
South Dakota 106,063 119,891 267 301.6 1,667 1,884.3 9.0 10.17
Tennessee 694,291 101,606 4,113 601.9 8,556 1,252.1 58.3 8.53
Texas 2,166,283 74,710 20,521 707.7 32,844 1,132.7 317.1 10.94
Utah 328,380 102,428 1,938 604.4 1,517 473.2 9.7 3.03
Vermont 10,471 16,781 158 252.5 165 264.4 1.0 1.6
Virginia 455,591 53,376 6,149 720.5 5,861 686.7 44.1 5.17
Washington 291,989 38,344 1,921 252.2 3,940 517.4 21.6 2.83
West Virginia 111,677 62,317 1,041 580.7 1,836 1,024.5 23.6 13.15
Wisconsin 573,119 98,433 2,157 370.5 6,035 1,036.5 50.9 8.73
Wyoming 50,124 86,606 262 452.9 550 950.3 4.0 6.91